Artist, author, and popular art instructor Peggy Dean presents this nature drawing guide that teaches you how to master drawing and watercolor techniques from sketching and shading to washes and blending. With Peggy’s easy and energetic lessons, absolutely anyone–regardless of ability–can learn to draw the natural world. Beginning with delicate cherry blossoms, wildflowers, and lacy ferns, lessons build to composing stunning bouquets of flowers and majestic landscapes. You’ll also discover how to draw animals such as colorful fish and birds in flight, as well as mammals like stoic camels and the mighty polar bear. Through the lessons on technique combined with clear, detailed instructions, you’ll gain the expertise and confidence that will allow you to quickly build your skills, discover your own personal style, and achieve beautiful botanical and animal illustrations.
Publisher: Watson Guptill (Penguin Randomhouse)
Print Length: 224 pages
We actively implement sustainable practices in every aspect of our business. We are proud to say that we deliver high-quality products that are packaged using as many recycled materials as possible.
We also reuse any bubble wrap or plastic and if we don't have any on hand, we only use biodegradable alternatives.
Furthermore, we reuse packaging boxes at times, so you may receive a box that has been loved once before, and we encourage our customers to do the same.
By doing this, we are doing our part in reducing waste and promoting a sustainable future.
Orders ship within 3-5 business days. Shipping rates are based on weight and are dependent on the shipping carrier used. Tracking numbers are provided to the email entered when orders ship.
Domestic orders over $50 qualify for free shipping, no code required.
Route protection is now included into your order at no cost to you to ensure your new goodies arrive safely!
We ship to most international countries - international shipping rates and duties may apply and are not included in your order.
The Pigeon Letters is committed to protecting, preserving and restoring wildlife and its habitats, ending the fur trade, and most of all, speaking up for those without a voice.
It's not common knowledge that a lot of art supplies are created with animals. To learn more about this (and I mean A LOT more), click here.
Giving back is an essential part of our business practices. It's a standard we consider to be a no-brainer. We believe that if we can make one positive impact a day, just one, that we've succeeded.
Your continued support makes it possible to support organizations all over the globe who are working to better our earth. The Pigeon Letters passes on a portion of every sale to nonprofits working to save wildlife and rehabilitate injured and abandoned animals. Each month, a different organization is chosen. We're proud to say that together, we've provided support for so many wonderful organizations.
View our list of our favorite organizations to support right here.